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Phytotoxicity to and uptake of enrofloxacin in crop plants.
Phytotoxicity of enrofloxacin on crop plants Cucumis sativus, Lactuca sativa, Phaseolus vulgaris and Raphanus sativus was determined in a laboratory model: the effect of 50, 100 and 5000 microgl(-1)Expand
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Toxicity of several important agricultural antibiotics to Artemia
The possible effects of antibiotic drug contamination in marine and brackish systems were evaluated using a new methodological approach. Five drugs, namely aminosidine (A), bacitracin (B),Expand
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Effect of sulphadimethoxine contamination on barley (Hordeum distichum L., Poaceae, Liliposida)
Animal wastes from intensive farming are generally collected for field fertilisation. They may contain drugs that can become soil pollutants. To evaluate the possible effects of such contamination inExpand
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Effect on plants of sulphadimethoxine used in intensive farming (Panicum miliaceum, Pisum sativum and Zea mays)
Abstract Animal wastes from intensive farming are generally collected for field fertilisation. They contain drugs that pollute soil. To evaluate the effect of sulphonamide contamination inExpand
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A review of toxicity testing protocols and endpoints with Artemia spp
Abstract Artemia spp. is an historically popular biological model still requiring an official internationally based standardization. Several endpoints are currently available. Short-term acuteExpand
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Antibiotics of zootechnical use: Effects of acute high and low dose contamination on Daphnia magna Straus
To gather data on the effects of antibiotic pollution in freshwater systems and to determine methodological approaches, aminosidine (A), bacitracin (B), erythromycin (E) and lincomycin (L) wereExpand
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Intercalibration of ecotoxicity testing protocols with Artemia franciscana
Abstract The brine shrimp, Artemia spp., is widely used in ecotoxicology as a target biological model. Although several protocols were available in the early 1980s, only the 24-h acute mortalityExpand
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Laboratory models to evaluate phytotoxicity of sulphadimethoxine on terrestrial plants
Abstract Antimicrobial drugs soil contamination is a possible side effect of spreading animal wastes from intensive farming on arable land: waste often contain persistent drugs (like sulphonamides)Expand
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Tracking Acquired Antibiotic Resistance in Commensal Bacteria of Galápagos Land Iguanas: No Man, No Resistance
Background Antibiotic resistance, evolving and spreading among bacterial pathogens, poses a serious threat to human health. Antibiotic use for clinical, veterinary and agricultural practices providesExpand
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Ecotoxicological effects of polystyrene microbeads in a battery of marine organisms belonging to different trophic levels.
The aim of this study was to detect ecotoxicological effects of 0.1 μm polystyrene microbeads in marine organisms belonging to different trophic levels. MP build up, lethal and sub-lethal responsesExpand
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